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post #30751 of 30757 Old 09-18-2014, 02:21 PM
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Would you guys say that Source Direct is the best setting for this player if all you're playing are Blu-Ray discs on a 1080p/24 display?


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There is no difference between auto and source direct on my display. Switching between both options doesn't do anything.


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If your display properly supports 1080p24 (ie it doesn't have to be forced into 24fps mode), then for Blu-ray there's no difference. Source Direct is really only different for DVDs and lower than 1080p resolution content. It will switch the output resolution and timing to match the source, so (for example) DVDs are output at 480i. Handy if you've got a good video processor (either standalone, like a Lumagen, or built into your display).

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If your display properly supports 1080p24 (ie it doesn't have to be forced into 24fps mode), then for Blu-ray there's no difference. Source Direct is really only different for DVDs and lower than 1080p resolution content. It will switch the output resolution and timing to match the source, so (for example) DVDs are output at 480i. Handy if you've got a good video processor (either standalone, like a Lumagen, or built into your display).
Since I never watch DVD's, I will leave the player in Source Direct.


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